ACU counts down to Canberra and Ballarat open days.
People interested in studying at ACU in 2016 are being encouraged to discover a world of opportunities, interactive activities and fabulous prizes at the University’s open days at Canberra on Saturday 29 August and Ballarat on Sunday 30 August.
Open Day gives prospective students, their family and friends the chance to find out what experiences ACU has to offer.
ACU staff and current students will be on hand to answer questions and conduct tours of the campus, with information about early entry, overseas study options, undergraduate and postgraduate courses, and alternative entry.
A free comedy show with the crew from NOVA radio, and Indigenous dancers are part of an assortment of entertainment and activities. Visitors can play the interactive Facebook game ACU Racer, compete for fantastic prizes, get their blood pressure and temperature checked at the Nursing and Paramedicine demonstration clinics, and investigate studying in Italy at our newly opened Rome Campus.
Students who register their interest are eligible for $10,000 prize-money to be used for one of our international study experiences.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Greg Craven said Open Days were not only about learning about what courses are available but also showing
M ore than 11,000 people visited the Melbourne Campus on Sunday 9 August – almost 50 per cent more than last year – and almost 2,000 came to the Brisbane Campus on Saturday 25 July – up 33 per cent on last year.
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